Wendy Smith Novick wrote: My other suggestion is to use the weather. I try and do most of my shoveling after a good rain of at all possible or the very least get my shoveling done before July.
paul wheaton wrote:I was reading something recently suggesting a clothes dryer from real goods. I looked .... it looked really lame and really expensive.
I've been using a clothes drying rack indoors and outdoors for a few years now that I got from ikea. A quick search shows that they appear to not sell it anymore.
Travis Johnson wrote: Full synethic oil is always worth the extra cost. It has everything that is required, and nothing that doesn't unlike mineral oil that has contaminants by its very natural make up
Because of the two reasons above, I seldom change my oil; my equipment is old and still functioning, my cars go to 250,000 miles, and I am not wasting money on oil changes. Run full synthetic oil, check it often, and keep the oil full and the engine will be sounds for years and years.
Phil Stevens wrote:If you want the coating to breathe and not trap water vapour in the straw then I would avoid portland cement.
Pearl Sutton wrote:Jerry McIntire:
Thank you for the citrusinthesnow link!
...Have a great day sir, and put me on your prayer list please :D